Welcome to the somewhat updated list of what I think about God.
I have attempted to target this list to everyone, a tall order. It is for people of any religion and many ages. Comment below if you would like.
Like Daniel's three friends [Daniel 3:17-18], I do not know the extent of God's power/will, I feel like I have some pretty good "hints" at God's personality, and I do not know all the criteria God takes into account when God makes a decision. People who try to "force God's hand", by asking for miracles as proof, trying to provoke a response from God, or testing God to see what God's "values" are, set themselves up for unpleasant repercussions; do not test God.
The extent of God's power/will, and why God does what God does, has evoked many questions and explorations, since before the advent of the written word, I feel certain.
Probably the most controversial statement I've made is that God did not create evil. This contradicts some people's notion that God created everything, including evil.
I admit readily I am not addressing some elephants in the room "How did evil come to be? Why is there evil? Pain? Suffering? Meanness? Did God create those? How did they come in to being? If God created everything, how could he not have created evil?"
I will let someone else's advice be mine to give [Matt 13:52], so I recommend the same as Yeshua (Jesus) is said to have said, look for God's kingdom and look for righteousness, truth; ask and receive. [Matthew 6:33, Matthew 7:7-11] We're advised to search for—and do—good, not ask questions about, or seek, the origins of evil. [Revelation 2:24] Worship in the spirit and truth. [John 4:23]